SN#18079 Predictable Computing: Sun Java[TM] Real-Time System 2.0 Provides Control Over Java Execution

SN#18079 Predictable Computing: Sun Java[TM] Real-Time System 2.0 Provides Control Over Java Execution

Post by John J. Mc » Tue, 15 May 2007 01:55:56


SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 111 Issue 2 2007-05-07 Article 18079 from section "News"

Improvements Include Innovative Real-time Garbage Collector, Support for x86 Hardware and for J2SE[TM] 5.0

Sun released Sun Java[TM] Real-Time System 2.0, a standards-based
extension of the Java platform. Sun Java Real-Time System 2.0 solves
the problem of setting process priorities according to their
importance (something typically not supported in Java software
applications). It contains enhancements over the first conformant
commercial implementation of the Real-Time Specification for Java
(JSR-001), including a predictable method for recycling memory within
Java software programs.

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